PDF: Nintendo Power #6 – May/June 1989

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nintendopower006.jpgHere’s another interesting magazine scan that phillyman and the folks at RetroMags has shared with us.

This issue of Nintendo Power gives us a peak into many of our childhoods during 1989. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles all but took over the world as the 80s came to an end and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the first Turtles video game. Unfortunately, Konami’s first try at bringing the Heroes on a Half Shell to the NES was an ultra-challenging game for the average NES owner and didn’t quite have the fun and flair that we were used to in the cartoons. If you do, however, want to give the game another try, or just relive some memories, this issue has a great guide to the game.

Table of Contents

Features

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Bayou Billy
  • Cobra Triangle
  • Life Force
  • Ninja Gaiden

Previews

  • Mega Man II
  • Faxanadu
  • Fester’s Quest
  • Clash at Demonhead
  • Dragon Warrior

Video Shorts

  • Super Dodge Ball
  • Bug’s Bunny’s Crazy Castle
  • Fist of the North Star
  • Kung Fu Heroes
  • Street Cop
  • Athletic World
  • Amagon
  • Monster Party
  • Adventures of Lolo
  • Hydlide

Counselors’ Corner

  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
  • Milon’s Secret Castle
  • Ikari Warriors
  • Legend of Zelda
  • Cobra Command

Classified Information

  • Blaster Master
  • Golgo 13
  • 1943
  • Metal Gear
  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
  • Ninja Gaiden
  • Mickey Mousecapade
  • Seicross
  • Ultima
  • Bubble Bobble
  • Hudson’s Adventure Island
  • Super Mario Bros. 2

Download the PDF

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9 Comments

  1. Eric says:

    This link takes me to Game Players magazine…

  2. racketboy says:

    Link should be fixed now

  3. reyes says:

    watch the nintendo nerd, and see what he has to say about TMNT for the NES.

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